More and more people are now working from home and home has become like a hub for all activities. Think about activities like yoga, working out, studying, consuming entertainment, reading, and so on. Everything can be done at home.
Now like I said, from working to relaxing, your home is your sanctuary and you should treat it as such. But the problem is that the majority of people are living in a big city where the air is polluted. If you’re going to spend most of your time in your home, you might as well improve it.
So, what’s the best way to make your home more comfortable? Well, there are many things you can do, but in this article, I want to talk about houseplants. To be more precise, houseplants that can clean the air in your house.
Houseplants are now getting noticed and their positive effects are getting acknowledged. So it’s time to take advantage of these houseplants.
Let’s start with dracaena. This house plant is very popular indoor and outdoor. It thrives in subtropical climates and can grow up to three feet. Its glossy leaves are beautiful and can enhance the aesthetic of your house.
Dracaena can improve the air quality in your house, just put it in the main room of your house and watch it grow. Make sure to wipe both sides of the leaves regularly with damp clothe to help them exchange air and purify it.
2. Hedera Ivy
Hedera ivy, also called, hedera helix, is a very easy-to-grow plant, perfect for beginners. It thrives in cooler temperatures and even in low-light conditions. And by thriving, I mean the leaves will stay green all year long even with minimal care.
Hedera ivy will look good if you put it in a high place. That way you can see it flowing down from a shelf or mantel. This awesome house plant can reduce the amount of mold in the air and absorb mold spores in the air.
Succulent plants are the most popular houseplants that you can find. They are easy to maintain, cheap, and will stay green all year long. Just make sure that the plants get enough light and about six hours of sun every day. As for water, they only need it during certain seasons like fall and winter.
Succulent plants, while don’t need much to grow, can improve the quality of your life. They will continue producing oxygen while cleaning the air at the same time by reducing nasty toxins and humidity.
4. ZZ plant
Low-maintenance and pretty, those are the characteristics of a ZZ plant. I have seen a lot of people posting pictures of their ZZ plants, and I’m amazed at how pretty those plants are. And of course, you don’t have to do a whole lot to keep your ZZ plant alive. You can put it in low to bright indirect light, and only water it when it’s completely dry.
ZZ plant has dark green and glossy leaves and will stay that way all year long. It will also help clean the air in the room. Not to mention that the ZZ plant is resistant to bugs and other diseases. A completely stress-free plant that helps to reduce your stress level by cleaning the air. Just remember that the leaves are toxic, so don’t eat them.
There are many types of orchids, and they’re all colorful and pretty. Orchids are also beginner-friendly and don’t need much light at all. The colors will stay strong all year long, perfect for your house.
Not only the colors that stand out but also the patterns on the leaves. It’s easy to fall in love with orchids the first time you see them. You don’t even have to water them often, if you think the soil is still wet, you can wait one more day to water it.
Now for the health benefits of orchids. Orchids can help to improve the air quality and also absorb excess carbon dioxide in the room. Many people love looking at orchids, they said these plants help them stay calm and relaxed. If you’re often feeling stressed, you should really try having an orchid plant in your house.
These plants are beneficial for your health and easy to maintain
I chose these plants specifically to help to improve the air quality in your house. Furthermore, these plants can help you lower your stress level and enhance the look of your house. These plants should be easy to take care of even for someone who has never owned a plant before.